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llir I'll i "hitnvire i1e1 rnf rort ,
I i.wUMnd Trsterile)", m belkwl
lis rtw -Hty Winter" hH alrr
Unrated ktin ess wfllwH to Sin frtftekm
. et ilSMH WltMr WMt.
rht mmr ZesWetso'tii trlrt In rt ywt-
: ,j tssonunfl nn i " " (,-"
the Cnhnsles honi 7 A. t. She btnhi no
liiMfi of rrHf for lW pnil.
Die m MliertlU and the vimr KIUum
ll'iuHril $H r. M. hh ftrroinj tl tmr
lainee Maker? itnd the tlir Jm I. Dovsstlt.
sul at 5 r. ,
I"h strir Mawrokrivtitl brought ejeo lugs
sugar from Koiui ths- eht Walerm lrtnnlit
c, ,j hep rice from Kiili lire sent Kawnllanl
iffifhi jsolnsfs rfce from Kilsii.
rh almr I.fketllte Imnsjiht 97 lK ,UK'"'
28 tagi potilrse, nrl I tinw; nlt almut 40
.ms iif Iwnt frrmt Sprrtkelsvltle Plantation,
Maul. The simr Klnaii tirnutrt 1,977 (!
sugar, JS ld nttl. I '"' 5 hll, JoImj;.
tub, Ut lK "inilriea an'' -1 '8 ' """
Mini James MaVw lifniiRlit 650 lK sugar.
V,f't, "" lflti
triiir?i Domini, is III on Maui.
William Ilran, for jsMiittini; 1 1. J. Anntvs.
Il 1KSI held III $2M UlU.
'Ilitrr? will lie a final MontaguC'Turncr
concert M Kwafcihi Churrh next Saturday
The Ofeanlcs beat the Mnirleil Men list
saturdar. 15 to 8 I only 7 Inning being
The l Diiinl brought i,oji kigf. sugar
from Oloalut the scht Cult-tin brnught 70a
Ug wgai from Uanalcil the sclir Kauilceaouti
Lrmight 3,o bag sugar from Kohala.
The Unir .Marijxrui nailcil for San l;tancico
yeslenlay at I I: l. with Wf) bag Migar,
a.jSy lmnche banana anil anil other Mam!
Winc valuol at $210,869.35
' William Hireling, foimeily migar Imilfi at
Kulaiau 1'lantalion, llamakiu, atteinptcil ui.
ciilc yf.'fnlay niorning by shooting hiimdf in
the light nlc. Lbehng ill probably recover,
Many ieoplc wcic at the wharf yeMenlay to
ay gooil-bye to CJ-MlnMer Daggett. The
baml playeil " My Heart iin the Highlands"
in graceful tribute to Mr. Daggctt'i Nevada
The liillnvving have been apK)inted ta
aMevtoM lor Oaliu : Honolulu, I. II. Ilayvd
den 1 Kua and Waianae, Jiiniut Kaae ;
Waialua, h. K. Mahoe ; Koolauloa, John
M. Kaapu ; Kooluupokn, Aa Kautia.
The tailing of the Mnir Janiei Malcee ha
been poM.oned until tin afternoon, 5 l'. M.
She lake the route of the Mint Planter which
will be laid up lor a general overhauling. The
Makee will call at Kajiaa, Nawiliiwili, Koloa,
Klecle, Waimra and Kehnka.
Arrival in San Francisco: Monday, June
ist, bktnc V. II. Diamond, 20 days, hence;
Tucwhy, June 2nd, bktne John Smith, Ii)
days hence; Tuesday, June 2nd, chr Ke-
)rtcr, todays from Kahidut; Thursday, June
4th, bglnc W. II. Meyrr, 2 1 days hence.
I he officers elect of the Myrtle Ikiat Club
are I Messrs. W. D. Mcllrydc, president ;
W. T. Monarrutt, slccprcsidcnl ; V. !'.
Itc, necrelaiy ; A. V. Cuter, treasurer ; J.
I- Torlxrtt, captain ; llriiccCartw right, C. II.
I'urdy and li. A. Jones, trustees ; J. 0.
Sastdge. J. I Torberl and S. 0 Wilder, Jr.,
" It is learned froin'Walinca.jjth'at some
miserable, incaii, iluivcllrd-up,.! soulless
descendant of a chiinp.ttucc or devil, lias the
second time within a few mouths, broken into
anil ransacked the house o' Itev. Father
Lyons, and carried uffsome lotty, white the
family were at church on "vinilay," writes a
A new petition will be filed by the executors
uf Queen Kmuh.Vh will.
William Kbeling, Ihe would base lieen sui
cide, is likely to recover,
Mr. W. It. Curnwcll lias purchaseil the
race horse General Hancock for $500.
The "Ice Cieam Festival" at Wall' Kink
last night was a great success.
George lluckley lias gone to Jail for four
months for stealing a watch from Thomas
The t'gtne ClausSprcckeUfmished discharg
ing .yesterday and is loading sugar for San
The bk Cailiarien has moved to the Like
like whaif where thcie is more room for her
The llrit. bk. Tycoon has finished discharg
ing her coal and is taking in ballast. Stic
sail for Humboldt Hay lo-moirow,
A neat pamphlet has Iwcn Issued, enilnxly
ing the exercises of last Decoration Day, pre
faced by I'.tstor Cruan's memorial sciinon.
The master of the first Morning Star, Capt
ain Matthews, died at Yarmouth 1'qil, Mass
achuaseus of gastlc feser, on May 10th, aged
Some of our local Philips will lie glad to
know that a recent litp.itcli notes that "pool
selling at horse races has been inado Illegal In
Tennessee." Others will doubtless, be not glad.
The bk Mary Wlnkclnian will probably
sail (or San Francisco to-morrow. Should
the schi lUlcikala anlte she wilt take the
sugar brought by that scs.cl, and If not, sail
for San Francisco.
The Koyal Hawaiian Hand wasin attend
ance upon the whaif yesterday, the occasion
Ixtng the dcpaiture of Princess Uliuokatani by
the stun Kinau. She goes to LahaUnl, Maul,
to io'n hei husband Governor Dominis, who
was lit there at tasi accounts of gout.
Out ir.arinei will tie glad to learn that a
new light bouse tut been established at the
multicast entrance tu ActUe Pass, vu the toutc
of vessels luund to and fiom Nanaimo. Ihe
light is fixed, white, and may l seen eight
lniMrl,iw, Jusr fajrJt.
The btne Claus Spicckcls wilt ptotuhly
salt to-monuw for San Francisco,
Mr. Sam Damon has puichased 39 acies at
Kaluaopulu, Kahhl, this island, for $,icsa.
The stmr .Mukolu artneil last evening (torn
MoloVai. She bmuglit no sugar as the mill
has sluppei' blinding.
'Hie bktne Maiv Winkelman will sail for
San Francisco to da). She is about 150 tons
shoit of her full complement of sugai.
The icht Kaiubow biought 500 tssgs sugar
ttuiu Koolaut the schr Mile Munis biought
100 sheep ami v) bales wiki! (rum Molokai.
' The stmt twalani is UW up for repairs; she
will vait nest Monday at 4 r. VI. taking her
usual loute, the stun planter sails est Tucs.
itay at J f. M.
William 11 01 an was found guilty tctlciday
t(ialtiiig II, I, Agnew wlih a sleatdy wea
pon, and his Ucn senleiis-esl to lite nuuiths at
bird labor, beside $150 line, Appeal lo
In fjmtl) lni'iintf the mfc-tnl aanese
"""""' " I" ' ". : k-
crmmrfii has done jam what
ftmw vHh ih MiHfM Chtoi.
The rifahr nwmhly mertlug of the V I .
T. U. wttl be M.1 Ifi the parlors of the Y. M
C. A. thh afterwxm at 21J0. All ltdles in
teretteil In ttw temperartre cause are invim!
Hi x piesent.
The Hle driver will emnmrnee work to
morrow, with chisel.tn dig mil the coral trtttnm
at the Ownte wharf. There Is a depth of 22 ;
feet at lor water which wilt lie dus; out until a
depth of 26 feet Is made.
The slinr l.ehua arrived yesterday morning
at J o'clock from Ilamakua pons. Shebrnvghl
1,192 bags sugar which were transferred Into
the bgtne Cluis Spreckels. She ails again at
5 r. XI. to-day, for her usual pons.
We are retueteI 10 stale that there is no
authority for the imagraph which appeared In
last Tuesday's Advertiser, slating that senl ol
the Chinese t.ychce fruit tree in the grounds
of Mr. 0. Afong will be disliilnileil to those
"applying to Mr Afong."
The German schr Fells, Captain August
Poley, arrived oil port last evening, 6 days
from French Frigate Sho.ils. pilot llabcock
went out to her but the captain ilid not want
to come in the liaitior. She has got on hoard
a number of live turtles, turtle shells, shaiks
(ins, oil, Xc, The captain reports passing a
squaic rieged vessel on Sunday last liound for
I'rtttttf, . unr tilth.
The stmr C. K. Bishop brought 609 bags
The liglne Claus Spreckels sails for San
Four new cases of small-pox were rciorted
ar the quarantine grounds yesterday.
The corrected time table of the Wilder
Steamship Co., Is published in this Issue.
William Horan is out on $c.o). hail, pern!
ing a hearing lieforc the supreme court in filly.
Ministers Gibson, Gtilick and several other
prominent men paid a sisit to the Japanese
steamer yesterday morning.
The bktne Maty Winkelman sailed for San
Francisco yesterday xvlih 13,804 bags sugar
and 200 bids molasses, valued at $76,511.78.
Captain Poley, of ttie German schr Felix,
came ashore yesterday morning to try and dis
pose of his cargo, but there I icing no demand
for it, he sailed for San Francisco.
The Am. bk. Hope, Captain Pcnhallow,
arrived yesterday, 25 days from Port Townsend
with lumber. She had pleasant weather with
N. F.. trades, throughout the passage.
The schr American Girl, Captain Moore,
arrived off tiorl yesterday afternoon, 14 days
from Navarro Kivcr, with a cargo of red wood
lumber and later in the afternoon proceeded to
Wnianae to discharge.
Till' AtlUIHn.TVlt.il. I'.lllt.
,1 tliiitil Vioif, but I'mtr .IttvitttHHee l.tlt
'Hie Koyal Hawaiian Agricultural Society's
horse show was not royally attended last Sat
urday, although atltnded by royalty.
There are many reasons for this year's fair's
failure lo draw a crowd. The first reason we
set forth two years ago. The second reason Is
the over work of the present secretarythat
gentleman lieing too busy with his arduous
duties in the foreign office, where he lias on
his hands the "Afghan Agony," the " Franco.
Chinese Complication," the " Kussian-Oerman
Misunderstanding," the " Guardianship of the
the Southern Seas," and other diplomatic dif
ficulties, to devote enough of his time and at-
tentlou to agricultural interests, there are
other reasons also among them the hard
times and the loo gleat distance of Kapiolani
Park from town to be the proier site for such
Hut tlespitc the poor attendance the borne
show at Kapiolani Park was well wortha sisit.
There were some splendid looking animals ex
hibited. The longest list of animals was that
of Mr. II. F. Dillingham; and some of ttie
licst horses shown were his. His.Majeslycntered
two beautiful black two-year-olds, that had
been trained by Mr. Miles o admirably as to
win a tribute of appreciation from every per
son on the grounds, not less lor the perfection
of their tieauty and style. They wcredriven in
a low double phaeton belonging to the Hawai
ian Hotel Stables. A team of colts tielonging to
Mr. Dillingham, and also broken by Mr. Miles,
attracted much attention. .Mr. Allen Herbert's
fine roadster Honest John showed lo advan
tage. Mr. James Campbell's Shenandoah and
Mr. K. I. Mites' l.ingford, Jr., were greatly
admiied, I-anford's golden-satin coat being es
pecially noted by the ladies. Judge Judd's
lilly Foutth of July, winning the prire for its
class, was the prettiest strawberry roan on the
grounds. Mr, John Cummins' Telephone was
the handsumest gray show 1.,
Ill the pavilion were only a few articles: a
tridentate cultivator, manufactured by the Kb
lauea Sugar Co., and tleigncd by Mr. Alex
ander Lindsay, its blacksmith. Also a subsoil
plow. It is claimed that this last mentioned
cultiiator is especially adapted for loosening
soil U-iwccu rows or rattoon canes kach im
plement is apparently cry well made. Mr.
K. Undertnaii exhibited iliied ami piessed
specimens of the following forage grasses;
"Melilotus All"" (lUikhara Clover), "Orni
thopus Sativus lllirilsfoot Clover large)
"Mcdicago satisa" (Alfalfa), Mcdicago lupu
lina (block Mendick) and "Uilium Italicum"
The Walmanalo Sugar Co. sent two keg of
sugar, cr.e ' washed" and one of " .So. 1.
Also one lay of rice. All were cteditablc.
Mr. J. W. McDonald of ttie City Shoeing
Shop had on exhibition a case of finely made
hoisc shoes well worth the attention of those
hoiscman present who did not know what
excellent work Ml. McDonald doesif any
such there were.
The following is a list of the awaids t
Class I. lniioited stallions for carriage
use : C. U. Miles' Venture, 1st prire.
Class 7, Imported mates 1 K. K. Miles'
Clementina, 1st piirc.
Class 8. Imported inaies with native foals;
It.F. Dillingham's mare Nutwood, and colt
Nutwood, 1st piiac ; J, A. Cummins' mate
Sallic lllack and foal, honorably mentioned.
Class la Imported carriage animalst Cecil
llrusstt't mare Lucy, 1st priir.
Class to (II). Thoroughbred !niioited
racing stallions : Janus Campbell's Mierun
doah, 1st prirc,
Clau It. Nitisc stallions, 4 years old and
over 1 Ills Majest)'. stallion llusvsctl WotvJ,
burn 1st piite.
Class 15, Native stallions under four and
our three : Ik r. Dillingliam's I'alchen
Vernon, J,., 1st piiie.
Class 17. .Native stallion, ttadrr llurr atvl
user tvsu ycais old 1 Colonel C. II ludd's
Notuian Cla), 1st piiie s Ills Majesty Ihe
Kings r-Ciipse, 24 pure.
Class IS. Native stallion, uulti tvsu sears
Clurlea Ideas' Jim IKisld, 1st Cecil lirown',
r.sscs, an jnue,
Class 30 Naliso uiais-s and fuals. J, A,
Cuumiuts' Ku Evans antl foal, 1st prlic tail
of A. K. Judd's rlmida, honorable luenllon.
Ctas. jj. Natlse nllics )carlinst Is. K,
l)UILV;liaius Staillc, 1st piiac.
Ctas J. Native tvllies over one year old
ami under ia .. K. ludd'a Fourth of.lulr,
1st prtxct U. K. Pilfinghao's liaty Ikil,
Class 27 Same fillies ..ver tw years ami
under four II H II Prim e I.iliuokalam
Cora. 1st pnre : f ol. t II Jwlo's Fanns. 2d
Ch J9. Pair mtlse earrtage liorset user
four yrars, James Camptiell's alr fillies, with
silm iiianea ami tails, 1st prtte.
CksssJI. Pair Mtlse colli or fillies under
four years old. Ith Maety-i Kinau ami
i:cllpsv, 1st prlie ; II. F. Dillingham's Kins;
uninin, jr., arm jet, prlie.
C hm 11. Naliie saddle animals, horn
. A. Cnmm
CnmmlrH stallion Tetephone,
1 law 35. halite carriage animals, horse
or mare. Alien lleilierts Honest John,
Class 47. Miscellaneous. James Camp.
twit's pair imported Shetland ponies, honor
The diploma of the society has lieen awarded
to the following exhibitors :
Division 1. Poultry, game thickens, Cecil
Division III. Agrlcultaial Products. Keg
WTisheit sugar, keg No. 1 sugar and a bag of
rice. Waimanato Sugar Co.
Class 2. Fodder 1'lanlsi Specimens of Bok
hara closer, hirdsfoot clover large, Italian
ryegrass, purple mendick, known also as
lucerne and alfalfa, and black mendick. K.
I.lnderman, l.lhue, Kauai.
Class 2, Agriculluial Implements.
1. Improved subsoil plow, manufactured by
Alex. Lindsay, blacksmith, to Kllauea Sugar
Co, Specially adapted for loosening soil be
tween rows of rattoon cane or for iubsoillng
the bottoms of furrows before planting. Very
strong and of easy draught. Weight 100 lb.
Kilauea Sugar Co.
2. Tridentate Cultlsator. Manufactured
by Alex, Lindsay. Intended for use as a sub
soil plow lint may lie used alone. Thoroughly
disintegrates the soil to a depth of 12 inches.
Kllauea Sugar Co.
Xtipinntrtl Iti br VilHlil,
Never luirryalien in spring-lime. She
miht lay a scrambled egg.
"I can give five dollars for this object
ami not feel it." "Then," said I'astor
Cruzan "give ten and feel it.''
"Will yon take 'cm on the half shell?"
asked the agreeable oyster opener. "No'
said the stranger, regardless of expense,
"whole shell or nothing."
"Can brutes talk?'' was the question
under debate. "1 should say they could
my nusiianti taiKs. ras tlte answer
given by a Klatbiili women who owns
no plush or tur mantal.
"Mow nicely this corn popsl" said
a young man who was sitting with his
sweetheart before the fire. "Yes" she
responded demurely, "it's got overbeing
A sweet little boy, only eicht years
old bless his little heart! walked into
a school at a teacher's examination at
Oswego recently, and bawletl out:
"Annie, your feller is down to the
The nc.t best thing to seeing a man
sitting on the curbstone wating for a
drng-store to come along, is to watch
one earnestly endeavoring to jab a
letter into a fire-alarm signal-box.
1'rofessor Kdison is inventing a
machine to turn overthe festive
slapjarque while the hiredgirl sits in the
corner and reads the latest novel.
Move on, great armey of progress!
About the time a boy begins to
think his mother uosen t know enough
to select bis clothing for him is a
dangerous period in his history. If she
lias energy anu muscle he can yet be
How many a ruined home, now open
and unprotected from the blasts of
winter and the pitiless rain, might
have been still the shelter of happy
hearts if the wife and mother had
preserved her charms by the use of
What, Messrs Druggests?
At Japanese dinner-tables one
frequently sees fish alive in a bowl, and
011 incuiry, it is that slics served at the
the repast have been cut Irom the hsh
in the bowl, the skin being neatly sewn
after the cutting. This is done to show
that the fish is fresh.
Say, you young woman or young matt
who writes a letter containing matter
which induces you to write
"Hum this" across its face, it
would be better to burn it yourself it
as soon us the ink dries. Such letters.
like secrets, are safest when they go no
larthcr than yourself.
No one realizes how many good actors
there are in tills country until he reads
that three hundred and fifty combinations
are totake the road, and that each com
pany, has "forty performers, with every
)crforiiicr an artist." You wonder where
the bad actors arc until you see the
combinations tiy to act.
Atone of the watering-places an impa
tient voting man walked up to the door
of the bathing house in which he thought
his male companion was dressing, and
knocking on the same, testily inquired,
"When in the blaies are you going to
get those pants on?" There was a' faint
giggle, and a silvery voice replied,
"When I get married,' I suppose."
1'resident Grant is said to be about
to purchase a newspaper. That will
finish him. Sidney Smith saidtherewcrc
thiii" every man thought he could do
carry on a farm, drive a gig and edit
a newspaper. "Whom the gods would
destroy they first make mad." The
that neatly every other nun thinks he
can run a hotel. ,
The boys were arranging for a circus,
a la Uarnum, and most of the pre-
artions had been nude when some one
discovered that no clown had been
engaged. The leader looked the crosd
over and making a selection, he said:
"Here Willie you must be the clown.
Now then, 1 0111 takes the tickets,
I imme v leads the band, 1 am giant and
little Willie stands in the centre and
talks bad and act like an idiot!"
New South Wales, as is well known.
wastheoiigin.il convict establishment of
the Australian islands. I he result is
that the lamer nronortion of those who
are now the richest and considered to
lie the best neoiile of the colony ate
the immediate deceudants of men vtho
left their country for their country's
good. At a recent party in Sydney a
Utploinate lately Imported from burope
was pointing out to a lady, who was
there on a visit, the large number of
"best people then present After the
enumeration ot a long list ol persons
ilistmnuishcd in the colony, the lady
remarked, "In fact this U tiuite the
(rim Jt la crtrnt." "Vest" replied the
diplomat, ''but we are rather shy in our
French pronunciation here we call it
the crimt Jt U erimt."
THE PEOPLE'S WANT !
J. E. WISEMAN,
Gnnrn! Hnin4 Atr.nra
1 ttfshe, t Carriage.
t rin piiiivfi for salt.
I rt'w tastrm top tisar.
I Klltsrd taU In gand intt , with halts nl cntr.
I rise road hnrsr.
Al pHrtahou -a Urge smt rojmr residence (t llory),
contains lu muins, t aires of ttninj, arlcun
well e-n premises. Will Ie4s ftr sett $jes liws
Al WaiViki Leanlifi,) iwtuges, aloiia ihe scalHHe
to rent ; line ps.tume, ctxst witcr, lele;ilion.
Rsl sssirIv or together eaeh Ssonw, will sell
on reasonable term.
On IreUnia street- near Alapal, a fine residence,
tfnlAins 8 rooms in all. Kvery ttmsenieiKe
deep lot, slal'les, etc - $40 mo.
On t.tlilia street, near King street, a neat 5 room cot
tage filli (mddock arbor and garden it mo
On King streer, above Mliha street, a pleasant fi.
room cottage to rent, fine lot, slaUcs, etc.
Off Kingstreet, In Ketllo tjtne, of.posite residence
S Kaal, deceased a t-story cvttage, large lot,
shade trees, tie. $15 mo. Adjoining the
above n new cottage built with ail modem
Improvements, stsMes, deep lot, water, etc.
On Mont'g. Snuare at foot of llereunia street. nea
the M, txiuls School, I have four small tot,
lages to rent. I'rom $8 to $! mo., each.
House and lot at I'aUma to sell. House neatly tnew
contains 6 rooms, ample water, grape vines.
f'lants and fioweri. A pleasant home for small
House on laliha Street, 1 story frsnie,
On Alalea street a pteasant o room cottage torent,
Sat mo. annate near Hotel street.
At Patama a new house s-srory, neal gn-unds
Rental $30 mo. 1
At I'auoa Valley a pleasant 3-rnnm cottage and St
1'ies. Kental $ao mo.
On lleretamit street atove Alapat street, a pleasant
room for a gentleman. Also part ol a furnished
house for ladies cr gentlemen. Kooin $rs.y
mo. House $18.00.
Hne residence just built on l.unalilo street, lot aoos
400, beautiful place. Kental $so mo., will sell
On I'ensacola street, one of the choicest residence in
rhe city to sell. For particulars apply to me
or V. O. Smith, Ksip
On Ksual at Kilauea, a very convenient resilience
built in modern st)le to reut.
sroRrs ami nmcr.s ;
wo stores to let on King street opposite statian
house, good business places.
Store to let on Hotel Street near Fort street.
Office Roomi to let In Hrewer Block, Fort street-
room $i and $m no., each.
One title of my office to rent with othte-fntniturs
ran Lbask ami rnn kalk :
Ihe Moanui Sugar Plantation on MotcAfci for tale,
11 ,000 acres) 700 acres owned end 300 acres
eated, all under cultivation. 400 head choice
ctile.( Good and chatties generally. Splen
did irrigation throughout. Com $175,000 Will
ell for $75,000,
In Nuuanu Valley will leate small umaga and t
acre of ground for $15 mo. ; this acre Is cul
tjvated, alto 3 more acre, adjoining In cultiva
tion, 5 100 jrar.
a lots for sale on Lunalilo street Plain,
At Kahhi, a 2-story houte, 9 rooms in all, on acre
of cround, sell for 5 1,500.
Punul Dairy Ranch Lahold to sell, situated at
Kalihi, on the Island of OjJ.u, 1,vxj acres.
f1 ears to run and privilege of renewal 50a
tead cattle, 14 head hordes, aKon and Impli
menu and a cottage. Rental $.,6no year
Sell for $12,0110.
Ieautiful residence to veil at W'ailtiU along the sea
shore. Choicest summer home on the beach
At Punahou a beautiful residence containing 7
room, with static carritee house, servant'
room and poultry yatd. Lot on the comer of
uinhani and Attestan street isotiou. Ad
loiiunthe aLov-e aline tuitdiinf lot iwxaoo.
will sell one or both propertie ; thiti a fine
inuureineni, &y terms.
ll'untt 1 have a woman willing to do general hout
Applications daily fur houses in the city and on tl
plain. Put your property in my hand.
tfT For further particulars, address or apply to
Real Estate and General Builneu Agent.
P. . G. 156
T(JE CREAM PA11IMS,
No. HS 1 ldt.,1 fttrtiet.
The new Parlors, containing sixtetn Pkivatk
Rooms, hsie lcen clecantly decoratetl and furnished,
ami si ill be Vept as a hrst-class resort. 'Ihe
CELEBRATED ELITE ICE CREAM
Will be made wtlb pure ami delictou flavoring.
Vanilla, Lttnon, Oraigr, t'ttu . $trntvtrryt
Vtath, Almond, Cfitfrt-GUict, etc.
SUEltBETS AND ICES,
In Urge variety.
Sencd with Cile made on the Premise.
Ice Cream Drink made to order in any I)U.
Soda Water. OtriKer Ale and Tahiti LcmouaJe.
RotiBKT choicfM candie received fresh by every
Familiks. l'ARTitt-i. Hails and Wkimnu& iud
plied at frtutt notice.
-idle cut Iiayc their homcinadft Cream frozen and
Caket baVrit to order at reasonable price-
A Utiij ausortmenl of Shells. Corals, Volcanic Sited
mens, 1 apas ami general I Hand t-uiio alwayt on nana
at reasonable price. -'
lYourletor of the Klitt Ice Cream Parlor.
King upTcIeplione No. iBa. 8-i4
Ha juit receded per Marlpoa
OUPEE HAMS AND BACON,
Cala Chetu, Kits Salmon Uelliea, Csses CoJhst
Kc(S Family HMf, Saloon 1'ilot llrs.d.
Crackers Takl. Kaisins Dried Peaches
Dried Apricot, Prunes, Gennea
Oiills'brulit, Oositb Honey,
TaU. Fruits Jams and Jellies Family Flour.
Wheat, Com, Potatoes, Onions Candles
Old VlrcUU gwewt ssatl Isms EIoHm,
And uusny other articUs too numerous to mioo.
which will b. sold at prices to suit th limes M9 tsalis
faalon luaranteed. CHAS. HUSTACE,
Telephone 119. (34ssq) No. 111 Kins Srnttt
pHH GHNUINB ARTICLR
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
Uloa B111m, 1H84 OasUk.
ar fssai aes.k I teasel fsmaBas VriSertlasnel vettapru. Keer
CASTLE m COOKE
Tnasa Flab caa b ralltd upon ai Flrat-Clasa
Co.Naa or Herai. and Uniox Sraa.TS.
BRANCH OP BURBKA MARKIT.
'Ilka UUalatlaiaTfietil kus trntlv aWnai thgs net
Uulafc tun! U iwtiaitJ ta promptly furnUh U ufdert
IttEK. VEAL, ML-rTON
LAUD AND l-ORK
r'.asu roaa Sst.uiss (uiadst dail))
Hiiuicisa aao Blood amp Lissa SauA.a
Rtspwifullr, liEO. a SCHRAKPKR
ruesl alaraes.T.leoauBe No. jv
aunsa Maisel, leleaboM He. 114.
I BTTIK HBADk AND BlLLHeUkM
Pliased aasulf aad al reaemale. rale, at tka lata.,
ay ptaas Otke
-ASTLB A COO KB,
HoMoiric, It. 1.
Would call attention to their Lart and
arf Stock of
Consisting of th unrivalled Paris Stf'J
The Molinc Steel UieaVeis, ami Furrowing Plow. Mo
line Steel Plows all siies Planet, Jr.. Culti
vators. Dirt Scrapers,
John Dr Oang Plowa,
Planter1 Ho of the best make
DISSTONS' CELKUKAIHD CV.NK KN1VKS
made to order. Ames Shovel and Suadea,
Garden Itoes, Canal Harrows, O
Hows, Voices, Cliains, Feme
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sperm Oil, Cylinder, l-ara
and Keroene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, Pluniba;o, Al
bany Grease. DtSkton'i and
S. and J. Files, all sties and
binds. Steam Packing. Flat
and Rbund India Rubber.
Asbestos and Soap Stone,
Flax Packing, India Rub
ber Hoc, toiinih. Pipe
and Couplings, Nuts and
Washers, finished, Machine
Bolts, all ;ie, Cotd-pf eid
!.lacktuilh's, Engineer's and
Carpenter's Hammers, Pine
Cutters, Winches, 8 Inch to
34 Inih, Anvils. Vices, Tube
Scrapers, Grinduones, Best
American liar Iron and Tool
Steel, Builders Hardware,
all kinds and styles. Hub
buck'a Paints and Oils, raw(
and boiled. Small Paints in
Oil, m large variety. Dry
Faints, Umber, Venetian,
Red, Ochre, Metallic. &c,
Whitlnj, German Window
ass'td sites, Manila Rope
No. s and s Flour, No. and Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China andjapan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobster,,
Finest Table Fruit, (rum the Factory
Pure English Snicets, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES :-The Val
uer Krrotfnr Oil, M'rjrfon' Ce-M-trlfu.jul
l.lntnun, 14 Inch, lluhbrr
Hprluu ami Cunnu Urttkv just at
hand. Blake Steam Pumn Valets. Pack-
inff. Ac 1
B!.ske Boiler Feed, Juice or
MoIums, I rrigatlcg- A Vacuum Pumps
Weston'i Patent Centrifugal Compute.
ftU4 ON CONSIGNMENT
California Hay. Barley, Potatoe. Barrel
Inuui 1 1 ami. Ailivta Mixture for llouen
and Steam Pipe, very cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvaniied Roofing
Wtlcox and Cibb's Automatic: Singer MaLCturing
(Company, Aborted: Kemingiou Compaoy. rauuly;
Wilson Macisine. the bet attaiuneot to s found,
and at Bottom Price.
New Uoo by every arrival from Bugtacd, New
V wk and Saa FrancUco.
1 Nt w Tnuiilott aclttt 8-kon power.
Urder from the other Islands filled at HM Rate and
with dUuatch 140-191
- GORGE LUCAS,
CONTRACTOR aad BUILDER, .,
HTKAM PLANISH MILLS
ManuJactm all Uuds uf
aad all sands of wood-work anlsh.
All kiaOs tl fWaasg aad Saia. Mo,tiuu. aul Teo
ORDERS rHOalrTLV ATTENDED TO sNI)
Onlara Bsssa le other Islands solidle.1. S4-sa
H. . NOLTE. PROPRIETOR.
Sags ta aanrmaca u hU (rieAds aad Usa psiUic b ea
era! iaat Ik aaov Saloon prorUes
Prom j a. ss., till la p.
toaaTAiiTiv o staau.
Om al Brtsaavkk k Balke's stkUaled
Ucsaaaasaad witk ska) aet.hliikesani, wkeea lovers U
taa nsa cm partlctsiate.
AT KAriOLAttl PaA,
la aw apaa daily, wkwa Httii.ssiini taay U kad
s H. . NOLTE, Ptvaaiase..
M OLLISTER ft CO.,
tsriTK rttr attstm r ntK
rUHi.tOA vov.sntr j7in..!i,i.v.r
In attUutar, to tt.lr large ani
varied asMortnient of i
Juit received. This It acknowledged
to be the finest perfume In the
world. All of one quality.
Great variety of odors styles
and prices, also
(all shapes and style)
Surgical In at rum ant,
and the lirgMt and most complete stock ol
ever kept In this Kingdom, a
large Invoice uf
WAUUKU MLDiTXHHASKAX MPQSQK
direct from Europe, free from
sand or dirt. Agents for
PARKE DAVIS CO8
J. C AYER A COS
Hortaford'e Acid Phoaphatea,
Greene Auguat Flower &t G-ian Syrup,
Allcock Porous Platter Co ,
M 'i it ay Lanman's Florida Water
Yarba Bueaa Blttarm.
OLLISTER & CO.,
are also Proprietors and Maaulac.
(acturers of the celebrated
Aj.nli for Wm. S. Kimball & Cu's
Fragrant Vanity fair,
Tobacco and Cloanttea
which have no rivals. The
tanfcst assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUR GINGER Al.E & SODA WATER
has always Ui recognised as the
beat in the market.
OUK aiNGEK ALK EXTRACT.
being- manufactured from our own
privau formula in
AERATED WATERS in Patent or Cosk
Stoppered bottles asdedrmsL
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, j NUUANU ST.
RETAIL, Co.. FORT 4 MERCHANT STS
Crystal Soda yorks!
Oar Ooadi art atkaoladd ih. Beat I
WE USE PATENT STOPPERS!
lutUtour Bottltk FamUitt um naotbtr
QINQRR ALE BUT OURS.
CHILDREN CKV FOR OUR
" SOD .AW A.TB..J"
We Invite M..1 1- Attentloa ta our Patent FUter.
ncaotly iatrodund, ty waick all water used in our
asaaufacture. U atssolulely freed fraai all latpuritSM.
mnT w. twuver our uogas riss vnarge 10 au
pans u w cur,
Canfil aueaslon paid to Island Orders I Address
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,"
P. O, BOX K7 HONOLULU, H. I.
m OUR TELEPHONE IS NO. "
IM Order, left witk Beosoo. Sasiik k Co., No, 11,
Fan Siraei, U1 restive ptoaspt auswi ai"s)
Mo. U am Um fori trmi
(orrouta noua'a srsaias.)
4V Carriaaa all svssctiotsasss asade ta tarda. a
aaan Cavyealda tasasa.
I'Useasaateti.e.la. atiraAtsUaII Uada.
AU Mtk ssaasssaaaed sa lva
At tho Old Stand, No. 8
IMI'OIUERAND r)E.LF.R IN ALL TIIK LATEST IMPROVED
S rJ? O A 15 t v rr 1 UANaS,
Granite Iron Ware, I'lsln and NtcVJPtateJ ;
Impi and Lantern ;
Plumbing, Tin, Copper
OF ALL KINDS,
VF A vsriety of House Furnishing. Goods too numerous to mention.
E. 0. HALL & SON, (Limited.)
Have just received Ex Dark Mendota and other arrival
Boston Card Matches. Downtr'i Kerosene Oil, Fruert Asti Crctut,
Cotton Waste, Ice Cream Freesera, (all ilzei), '
Eddy's Refrigerators, (all sixes), Lawn Mowers, Iron Agats War.
STOVES A.PTI3 M-A.TreE,
A NEW LOT OK
PLOWS AND BREAKERS,
OK ALL SIZES
tT Owing to ttie unusual demand for the above our stock on hand was very much
reduced, and this shipment has arrived just in time for the present season. For kinds and siie
see descriptive catalogues, sent on application.
WE KEEI' CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Colgate's Toilet Soap,
Sterling Soap (in case),
lloileu ami Kaw Ltnseeu Oil,
Lard Oil, Hkidt-Rate Oil, Peanut Oil, Ncats Foot Oil, Castor Oil,
PAIXTS OF EVERY DESCllU'TIOX,
And a very Superior Stock of all Kinds of
2C aaiia. 13 ID T7sT -A- IBS IB ,
Alt to be had at the
t,OWH8T JUL A. I K E T ZIA.7X3S.
E. O. HALL & SON,
250-261 Corner Fort and King Streets, Honolulu, II. I.
Pacific Hardware Company
Successors to Dillingham & Co., and Samuel Nott.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware, AurlouHural Implements,
JFotme Ftii'nlnhltiy Goods ct General Merchandise.
Just received Eddy's Refrigerators and Ice Chests, new styles of .Chandeliers and Library
Lamps, Stoves and Ranges, Kerosene Oil Stoves.
FxRSwtft.XsTSr'S 5e HOWKS SCAltES.
All of which are ottered upon favorable terms.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY.
PRESS FTOLISEnra COMPANY,
NEWS, BOOK and JOB PRINTING OFFICE
Campbell' Jfeui BuUHng, Merchant Straw.
Waddinf , VUltlnf rr Buainet Cardi,
loviUtiona, Menu Crd, ,,
Ball Programa, Letter, t
Note, StateMt or BUI Hetttv
Shipping Receipts, Money Receipts, '"
Certlncates of Stock, Contracts,
Bill of Lading, Checks,
Dnfta, Ordan, Nmm,
Tickets, Legal and Mercantile Blank a.
Labels, Books, Pamphlets, tie.,
NEATLY, ELEGANTLY, PROMPTLY, SURELY Mi REASONAILY MNE.
TUOS. a. fHRVM, Mnm00T
Dr. H. Johnstone Speef
i bcilir OnteU Apidu ot Iimrl OriNnltr ,
Would most respectfully inform his patients and the aAtcted generalljr, tkat
he still continues to treat chroiiic and nervous dtseases with unparsileled c
ccss. "Ladies and Gentlemen, remember, that procrastination is the thitf of
time, so come and be healed t It matters not what your troubles may be, obm
and let the Doctor examine your case. It will cost you nothing for conwilM- -'
tion, so please call and satisfy yourselves whether the Doctor unrlsrmBtW yaw
case. If he can cure you he will tell you so : If not, he will lU you that, fat
he will not undertake a case unite be b confidtM of tfltcting a cute.
Dr. H. Johnstone Speer is a Specialist "
There at bsmv of the aoe of thirty
vioor asd sstrvotw sfostratien and a
camvet account tor. There arc raaay nttw who 4k of this sMssMksty, i(gmM ef
(he tausc. Pr. 8. wM guarantee a fttfmet ewe wN wek. aaaas, aikia. am
piete rtwtoratioa of the physical and ntntm fttmtm. r
OFFICE HOUH 9 to u a. ac,
la ta 1 1 a. u. only.
T Call w Aldkfe
,j.ti ,....,., Ma. aa !
Kaaliumnnu St., Honolulu,
Rubber I lose.
Oilvanlfed Iron and Lead ftp
Sheet Lend and Copper J
troo-fisooe Iratn Pipe,
mid Sheet Iron Work,
stock: op soa.is,
Soap, No. i Laundry Soap (In case),
Erasive Soap (In case),
to sixty who an
weakjuing of tise ivittsw b a i
i w 4 and ta p. M. tmit.
DR. IL JOWitTOM. iWMtt,